USA TODAY - A 14-year-old Georgia girl abducted from her home near Atlanta two days ago was found alive on Wednesday and two suspects were taken into custody. Authorities said at least two more suspects including those depicted in a police sketch remained at large.
The girl, Ayvani Hope Perez, was taken to a local hospital for observation and was reunited with her family.
"She is in good health," Clayton County Police Chief Gregory Porter told reporters at a news briefing.
Ayvani was taken from her home in Ellenwood, Ga., about 2:15 a.m. Tuesday by two masked men who demanded jewelry and money. She was dropped off by the abductors in Conyers, Ga., and picked up by police, according to authorities. Conyers is about 25 miles from Ayvani's Clayton County home.
Police said the two suspects, including one Mexican national, have not been charged in the abduction case, but with unrelated charges.
They were identified as Wildrego Jackson, 29, of Atlanta, who was described by officials as a career felon, and Juan Alberto Contreras Rodriguez, 40.
Authorities were tight-lipped about the case, saying that they did not want to jeopardize their efforts to round up other suspects. FBI agent Rick Maxwell said only that the two suspects were arrested without incident.
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